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Believe in Mata Vaishno Devi

10th October 2012
People believe that who ever worships Mata with full faith and devotion all his wishes gets fulfilled. It is said that a person goes to Vaishno Devi only when Mata herself calls them or else he can never visit there.Vaishno Devi temple is situated on Trik... Read >
Author: Vikas Gupta

Hanuman Sadhana to appease Lord Hanuman

18th February 2011
Place Hanuman Yantra Hanuman idols and red clothes on any platform. Put vermilion hanuman idols and Hanuman Yantra and also put vermilion on the forehead. Inscence Lite and the lamp in front of the idol Lord and pour on Lord Hanuman idol parcharmrit yantr... Read >
Author: newminisites

Vedic Astrology Are Applicable to God - Sri Rama's Horoscope

06th August 2010
The story of Sri Rama, the eternal-incarnation of God (Lord Vishnu) on earth is told by the immortal poet Sage Valmiki in Ramayana. Emperor Dasaratha performed Aswamedha sacrifice to procure children. Sage Valmiki indicates in Canto XVIII of Bala Kanda, t... Read >
Author: Pandit Punarvasu

Importance of Gifts in Diwali

09th October 2009
No words can adequately do justice to your thoughts and feelings unless you wrap them in some unexceptionable gifts. Exchanging gifts on auspicious occasion is the grand gesture of wishing good luck and well being. Sending gifts become token of gratitud... Read >
Author: Sanjay Roy

Navratri Religious Significance and Puja Vidhi

23rd September 2009
Navratri - Religious Significance and Puja VidhiNavratri is a festival popularly known as the festival of worship and dance. The word Navaratri literally means nine nights in Sanskrit; Nava meaning Nine and Ratri meaning nights. During these nine nights a... Read >
Author: Dr Prem Kumar Sharma

Indian Baby Name ( Ethnic Indian Names)

01st May 2009
Indian names are very distinct in their spelling and sound. The base of Sanskrit lies in the pronunciation which seems authentic in the various names or qualities described in the scriptures. Of late, parents are seeking unique and enchanting names that a... Read >
Author: Jennie

The Land of Hinduism Festivals, God, Goddess - India

23rd September 2008
In hinduism lot's of festivals celebrates. Hindu festivals are celebration of gods and goddess birth who live for thousands year ago. Lot's of kings and queens, lord and goddess in hindu mythology. Each hindu festival has story. One festival has ma... Read >
Author: dubaiblog

History of Diwali Festival

22nd September 2008
Diwali is the sanctified festival of Hindus that is celebrated with the help of firecrackers, candles and sweets. The Indians commence the preparations before 2 months of the arrival of Diwali. The Diwali is the most significant festivals if compared to o... Read >
Author: Mark Grant

Diwali Diyas

19th September 2006
Diwali Diyas: Diwali Diya is a small earthen lamp that is lit especially at Indian Festival Of Lights Diwali. They are usually made of clay. Ghee or oil is used as the fuel and cotton wool as the wick. Though in these days electric lights are replacing... Read >
Author: Rukmini Guggilla
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